The Strong Silent Type who can Cook – Mr. Long (Ryu San) Review

People help Mr. Long because, as a little boy puts it, “he’s acts cool and doesn’t say anything.” Continue reading “The Strong Silent Type who can Cook – Mr. Long (Ryu San) Review”

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Houston, We Have No Problems – Apollo 13 Review

In the recent past the space genre was represented by films like Event Horizon, Sunshine, and the new Star Trek films. These movies provide solid entertainment value, but not much beyond that. Between 2000 and 2010 only two movies loosely related with space garnered Best Picture nominations from the Academy Awards, District 9 and Avatar. Both were unique films depicting allegorical themes and having great visual effects. However, the only semblance of space were the origins of the aliens and, in some form, both had spaceships. Not much space was actually shown. Thankfully, the space-film genre appears to be having a mini renaissance. Continue reading “Houston, We Have No Problems – Apollo 13 Review”

Bad Cop, Worse Cop – A Hard Day Review

While driving to his mother’s funeral Gun-soo (Lee Sun-kyun) hits and kills somebody walking the night road. His knee-jerk reaction to this pickle is to hide the body in his trunk and continue towards resting his mother. Continue reading “Bad Cop, Worse Cop – A Hard Day Review”

A Few People Working – Spotlight Review

Spotlight follows the Boston Globe journalist who investigated the true story of child molestation and it’s cover up within the Boston area. Continue reading “A Few People Working – Spotlight Review”